High, Stanley
April 1940
Saturday Evening Post;4/27/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 44, p24
Provides information on the Williamsport Plan employment program imposed in the city in Pennsylvania during depression in the 1930s. Efforts of George H. Parkes, head of the Industrial Department of the Williamsport School District, in establishing a school for the program; Percentage of students in an experimental class early in 1931 who moved out into private employment five months later; Commitment of the school not to abandon its students until they acquire jobs.


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